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Orban: Stemming migration along Balkan route 'joint Hungary-Serbia success'

April 15th, 2019

Serbia and Hungary have jointly succeeded in stemming illegal migration across the Balkans, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said after a joint session of the Serbian and Hungarian governments in Subotica (Szabadka), in northern Serbia, on Monday. Orban told a joint press conference held with his Serbian counterpart that Serbian acceptance of the fence Hungary built along the common border had been a "magnificent gesture". He added that the border fence also benefitted Serbia because "migrants cannot travel on to Hungary and will therefore bypass Serbia". The "real threat" of migration no longer impinges on the Balkans but emanates from Africa, he said, adding that the Balkan route nevertheless should be watched closely as there was was still "a great deal of supply".


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